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Hugh Asher Stubbins Jr. (January 11, 1912 – July 5, 2006) was an architect who designed several high-profile buildings around the world.
He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, United States, and attended Georgia Institute of Technology before getting his master's degree from Harvard University. He was to remain on the faculty there until 1972.
He formed Hugh Stubbins and Associates. Its successor company, The Stubbins Associates, merged with Philadelphia-based Kling in 2007 to form KlingStubbins. The New York Times called his 1977 Citicorp Center "by any standard...one of New York's significant buildings."
Among the buildings he designed:
- 1957 Kongresshalle, Berlin, Germany
- 1960 Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University
- 1964 The New New Quad, later known as Butler College, Princeton University (demolished)
- 1965 Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
- 1966 Southwest Residential Area at University of Massachusetts Amherst
- 1968 Forsyth Wickes Addition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- 1968 Jadwin Physics Building, Princeton University
- 1968-1971 Johnson Library Center, Cole Science Center, Franklin Patterson Hall and Dormitories at Hampshire College
- 1970 George Robert White Wing, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- 1971 Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia
- 1972 Daniel Burke Library at Hamilton College
- 1976 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
- 1976 Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University
- 1977 Citigroup Center in New York
- 1981 Porter College, University of California Santa Cruz
- 1983 One Cleveland Center in Cleveland
- 1984 PacWest Center in Portland, Oregon
- 1986 Treasury Building, Singapore
- 1988 Nashville City Center
- 1990 Salesforce Tower
- 1991 Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California
- 1993 Yokohama Landmark Tower in Japan
- Lantern Hill subdivision in East Lansing, Michigan
- "History — A Legacy of Design and Technical Innovation". KlingStubbins. Archived from the original on 2007-01-02.
- "Hugh Stubbins Jr., 94; Architect of Icons". Washington Post. AP. 12 July 2006. Retrieved 23 December 2014.
- "Daniel Burke Library Turns the Page on 40 Years".
- Official site 2007 archive
- Hugh Stubbins and Associates Emporis archive
- The Stubbins Associates, Inc. Emporis archive
- Lansing City Pulse article on Lantern Hill subdivision
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